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Native American Diva Scores
With Chicago Opera Company
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COEELAN KIKEONFORERMIHIAN ORSTRS UTTRESU. S. Dream Of Sea Supremacy
PIKDALMRCA1Hrl .GldiT' omra: IN EBER WHITE TRC:Rots Away At Navy Yard DoPIKDf-VRCNHrl . " . !

SELECED BY 240 COACHIES IN
"ATHLETIC WORLD" CEN-
SUS
Paul Goebel, '23H, and Harry Kip-
e, '24, were placed on an all-Amier-
iean team chosen by combined vote o ^
214 of the leading football coaches o:
the country that has been takes b:1
the "Athletic World", the January is-
sue of which has recently appeared.
Bernard Kirk, '23y is placed at en&
on the second teani in the same selec-
tions5.
'In commenting on the selections the
magazine speaks highly of all of the
lhichi~an men selected and especially
so of Goehel, saying:
"He is a clever handler of passes,
lets no one circle him, antid fights in-
terference well. He is of the tall,
rangy type that can pull down for.
ward passes with apparent ease. He
is a very graceful catcher of the ball
and has an uncanny knack of get
ting out in the clear to get the passes.
He is fast and knows the defensive
game almost 'perfectly."

orla, Ill., on Dec. 23. He had beenjUnvriyfesrsaeow el
sick for some time, having to give up.:advanced in the marking off of trees
his position here on account of ill. preparatory to cutting in Esber White
nes's, and returned home last summer, Woods, which are situated just outside
where he remained until his death. ; the city limits and divided into 10 sec-
He graduated in 1920 with a degree tosfruea eape fmd
j o B.S. n Cemitry an reeivd hs ;forests in different stages of develop-
M. S. the following year. He was a
member of Alpha Chi Sigma and Phi ment.e1 rcsaecti ucsif
Lambda Upsilon fraternities. years, a new one every year, a span of
U. S MAI PIOT FLLSFRO [ 110 years being required to make a
U. W1 S.FAL EILT, FARLLS F R complete cutting. This model forest
10,00 FETBARLY UR~Is approaching yearly what may be
(By ssocatedPres) .considered a perfect wood, stated Prof.
Salt A siateJa. Prilo) Hn-Leigh J. Young in an interview.
SaltLak i~y, a~n G.-Piot en- Professor Young stated that plans
ry GT. Boonstra, of the western di- for the White woods are made '100
vision of the United States Aerial years in advance., The Eber White
Mall service, fell about 10,000 feet. woods tract covers 43 acres of land.
with his airplane near Wanship, Utah,
yesterday afternoon, and escaped NaftmnFlndr 2Puarls In Oyster
with only slight injuries, according to Jackson, Jan. 6.-Stiring Marsh of
announcement by air mail officials Jackson, hopes his present luck will
[here today, hold out for the entire year. W~hile
S A few weeks ago Boonstra met with eating oysters the other day he found
simil~ar mishap and was not hurt. S one which contained a large pearl and
Boonstra'g home is at Lafayette, In.- 21 smaller ones. Althouigh the oyster
diana.j had been cocked the pearls were tin-I

AMERICAN BIBL~E SOCIETY ToI Bieen W-)rtEon Bellvue1 UV oiiQ1
MAKE HUE 1923BUDGET Bellevue, Jan. 6.-Work will begin in
1~1AK~4 HUE 192 the spring on the $80,000 high school
I building for which bonds were votedI,
New York, Jan. 6-The 1923 Budget 'a year ago. Commencement of work
of the American Bible Society for the: has ben delayed becausea of the high
translation, publication and distribu- cost of materials.
tion of Bibles will be $1,160,000, an-_________
increase of, $40,000 over 1922, Frank New 'Tuxedo Suits for Rental. Wild
11. Mann, General Secretary, announce and Co.. State Street.--Adv.
Estimentd requirements totalledIow
$1,405,244, but a cut of $244,467 was
made because income for the full( A NEW TERM BEGINS
amount was not in sight.Du
The amount voted will be used in ( ON J ANU R 8TH
furnishing the Scriptures in more BIaxnnton Business College
than 150 languages and dialects in State and Williamn Sts.
practically every country of the,;
world.("

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Edith lfason as "Rigoistto's daughter"
Chicago opera patrons are unstinte~d in their praise of Edith Mason, one
of the few dyed-In-the-woJol Amnerican s now featured in grand opyera "2^

~r~uM J1ALI4.LI V~U~WUU~tL 4L~L 115jJ1L~111L1I V1 ~~ JRJL~~...VNew, Tuxedos for rental purposes.
eez.q and Company.-Adv. {{
Berlin Pikes Rise Darng Decemberj To IHave Exhibit at.'4WIscor'n h Michigan calendar-limited edi-
BerinJan 6---he.cot o liin l fexcoCit, Jn.6.-The Wiscou#, tion, 75c. Take one home with you.
went up 53.0 per cent in December, sin State Fair has invited Mexico toI Wahr's University Bookstore-Adv.
prices now being 685 times as much send an exhibit to Milwaukee, Aug.:
as before the~ World ;war. 25 to Sept. 1.1TP N V T TER N
TRINTTV T:TTT A Ad NRR A ...A N

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CHURCH
Fifth 'Aie. and William St.
REV. L. F. GUNDEPWIAN, Pastor,

9:30 A. M-Bible School.

10:30 A. M.--"The Lord's Supper-A
Revelation and Inspiration of
Love."
6:30 P. M.-Luther League Meeting.
7:30 P. M.-"A Guide-Board Psalm."

EVERYONE IS WELCOME

Curved Tong ue
Shapedtovte Inste
Walk-Over' has developed the Colonial
tongue -so -that it retains its shape. 'Here,
it is a fetching little hood of black ooze
leather inlaid with satin. Notice the low
--but Frenchy-heel. One of. a number.
of interesting Walk-Over originations now
being shown.

UNITARIAN CHURCH
State and Huron Streets
SIDNEY S.. ROBINS$ 'Minister

A,

10:40 A. M.
Sermon, topic: "The. Partial Con-
flict o' Faith and Hope."
0:4* A. M.
The Sunday School
5:45 P. M.
Young People's Supper
6:30 P. M.
Discussion led by E. Doral Bartley
A Cordial Welcome
"Faith is not the opposite of doubt,
which is a necessary part of knowl-
edge, but of timidity, which is a dis-
ease of the soul."-Kirsopp Lake.

115 S. MAIN STREET

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FIRST' METHODIST CHUW TLKR A luitR CH
MISS ELLEN W. MOORE,,Studpt D4re0tor
10:30 A. M. Morning worship. CPastor's subiecqt:."LIFE A *AME.
12:0.1 Noon Five Bible Glasses (for students) in Wesley Hall.
6:30 P. M. Wesleyan Guild Devotional Meeting. Miss'MarkaretStair, leader
7 :30 P. M. 'Wesleyan Guild L ectnre. Mr. lEdiar aues ' sneakter.- t
Sprecial Music: "Prelude F Minor" (Salomne)Mrs., Rhead: "Benedictus.
(Gounod). the chiorus choir: "Before the "H~aeasWere aprear
abroad" (Parker). the chorus choir; "Vall,:me Forth wtih Thin(.
Elected" (from Mangoni Requiem) (Vertdi), MLr. Dewey: "Elevation'
(Lemaigre). Mrs. Rhiead:+ "Almighty Sh ow rthy Grace ~to mne .(Krein-
ser), the chorus choir; "People Victorious" (fro m' ,ora Novrssimap
(Parker), Miss Howe; "Grand Cliorous" (Dubois), Mrs. Rhead.,
CONGREGATIONAL- CHURC
"THE STONE CHURCH WITH A ~AR2M WELCOME"I

.^y

The dishes,. both Chinese and

American, are

so excellently

prepared that you will won-
der why you have been so long

HERBERT ATCIlNSO' JUMIP, AIster

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